[quote]This is fucking retarded, and if you've never seen a "poor" jewish family you need to leave your little bubble life and look around.
your speaking on technical terms. After the holocaust the jewish american that came to america for salvation unified and took care of each other. That is the premise of my statement, obviously not all benefited and some may have been left behind
[quote] Just goes to show that some of these 'thugs', 'ghettos', etc.[/quote]
[quote]So... When I call La Costra Nostra thugs from the ghetto (which they are, typically) does it still get quote marks?[/quote]
Again you're speaking on technical terms. The word 'thug' is now widely considered the covert term for the n word in the African Americans community. You don't have to educate me on where the term ghetto came from. However if you were to ask most americans to name a ghetto they'd easily name majority black city. (Oakland, BALTIMORE, Englewood, Chicago, South Central LA, etc.
[quote] wouldn't exist if we stop all this prejudice and discriminatory practices.[/quote]
[quote]Examples of "we" please?
I'm part of "we", so I'd like you to show me, with definitive proof where "we" have done what you claim.[/quote]
Yes I said 'we'. More specifically 'we ALL'. I don't want to give you a grammar lesson, but that means the entire populous must be unified. That doesn't mean everyone is responsible for the prejudices and discriminatory practices.
[quote]People never ask the question, why did the civil rights act pass?[/quote]
[quote]Nothing more false has ever been typed on the internet. LBJ's strong arming of his party to FINALLY side with Republicans whom had been fighting for this act for a god damn century at that point is a very well examined and historically poured over event.
Holy shit, read a god damn book ffs.[/quote]
Yes it's true because you read it in a book? Have you read a book from the early 1900's? Compare it to present day and see how many facts are distorted. Go ask a primary source as I have and then maybe you'll retract from your original sentiment. When your kids read about the Iraq war in their textbooks i'm sure it'll say, "The Iraq war occurred because George W. Bush was severely concerned with American Security and possessed enough repeatable intel to Invade Iraq to disarm all their WMD's" Isn't that what the media reported? Do you feel that's true? Of course not! The textbook won't tell you about Dick Cheney's Defense Contractor Shares going up by 6 fold. It won't tell you that Iraq had nothing to do with 9/11. It won't tell you that Saddam himself was appointed a puppet by the United States.
[quote] Why did it take so long?[/quote]
[quote]Because much like today with the abortion debate, democrats have a real big problem with the notion of "personhood". They didn't see blacks as people then, and don't see babies as people now.
Racism in America against blacks was born out of a need to justify slavery. Everyone knew slavery conflicted with the founding principles of this nation, and the only way to justify its continued existence was by pretending blacks weren't people. Democrats are really, really good at pretending people aren't people if they don't fit their agenda.]/quote]
Ok and? Go read the title of my thread.
What isn't taught in school is that Malcom X was the primary reason for MLK's popularity. Malcom X wanted to segregate just as the folks in tulsa did. This caused anxiety in Washington and the media because they felt white supremacy would be compromised in the future. So they quickly passed the Civil Rights act and gave them their so called 'freedoms'. So where do you think we'd be if Malcom had much more influence than MLK?
[quote]This is also fucking retarded.
Good god, worst post of 2015.